The History Press looks forward with new imprints and leaner list

The History Press looks forward with new imprints and leaner list

The History Press moved to new premises in Cheltenham last summer, after decades based in Stroud. Its new management team—publishing director Laura Perehinec (pictured), m.d. Gareth Swain and sales director Jamie Kinnear—heralded the move as an “important phase in growth” following the 2017 buyout which saw the trio acquire the business from private equity firm Octopus Investments. 

On a rainy day in the firm’s converted three-storey townhouse at Saint George’s Place, Cheltenham, Perehinec acknowledges the changes the firm has undergone, saying it “feels like a new business culturally. The...

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